Smoking Reduce Oxygen Intake
Utah (SegmenNews.com) – When I was smoking, a person would not be able to breathe as normal. At that moment, oxygen does not enter the body. In fact, humans need oxygen throughout his life, 24 hours a day.
Smoking makes the intake of oxygen needed by the body is reduced. Plus, the danger contained in the cigarette itself, such as tar, nicotine, and carbon monoxide that would add impact is not good for the body.
The most common impact of smoking is lung cancer. Denitza P. Baglev, a lung specialist in Utah, America, this suggests that most of his patients are people with lung disorders caused by tobacco in cigarettes. In fact, in the state of Utah who has the lowest smoking rate was the number of patients with lung disease due to tobacco top position.
In general, they started smoking since childhood. They are keen to try cigarette smoking when their parents or lured by tobacco advertising that is so interesting. And after trying to smoke it will be hard to stop. As reported by The Salt Lake Tribune, only about 6 percent of smokers are able to quit smoking.
Some treatment, counseling, or intensive programs may help stop the smoking addiction. However, many businesses often just end up in vain. Most new smokers to quit smoking after lung cancer that make them more difficult to breathe.
So, what to do? A patient dr. Denitza P. Baglev said, “One time I saw my daughter smoking, and he said, ‘Dad, when I grow up I want to (smoke) like you.” And that’s when he started to quit smoking.
Without cigarettes, we do not just provide sufficient oxygen for the lungs, but also preparing the next generation non-smoking.